Does it constitute murder if the attempted murder fails but the victim dies anyway as a side effect of the attacker’s actions?

For example, suppose an attacker is chasing a victim with a knife and the intention to kill. While running away, the victim falls, hitting their head, and dies.
Assuming there is clear evidence for the the attacker’s intentions and how the victim died, can the attacker be charged with or convicted of murder?

For example, suppose an attacker is chasing a victim with a knife and the intention to kill. While running away, the victim falls, hitting their head, and dies.

Assuming there is clear evidence for the the attacker’s intentions and how the victim died, can the attacker be charged with or convicted of murder?

I could see them being charged with murder because their actions led to the person’s death. But I could also see the charges being limited to attempted murder since the attacker didn’t directly cause the victim to fall. Or maybe they would be charged with both attempted murder and manslaughter?